Babe: Pig in the City is a 1998 comedy-drama film, and the sequel to the 1995 film Babe.
Months after the events of the first film, Babe and his master, Arthur Hoggett, are given a welcome home parade after Babe's success as a "sheepdog". One day, Babe inadvertently causes an accident and Arthur is severely injured. His wife, Esme, is unsuccessful tending the farm alone. Soon, two men from the bank arrive to inform Esme that she and Arthur have not paid their rent on time, and they will soon be evicted. Esme locates a letter saying that if she enters Babe in a sheepdog herding contest, held at a fair far away, she will receive a large amount of money. She decides to enter Babe and they leave the farm together.
At the airport in the city of San Francisco, a sniffer dog falsely signals that Babe and Esme are carrying illegal substances. Airport security officers interrogate them, causing them to miss their connecting flight. An airport cleaner informs them about a hotel that is suitable for accommodating animals, so Esme and Babe go there. While Esme runs an errand, Babe chases a black and white capuchin monkey named Tug after he steals Esme's suitcase. Fleeing into a hotel room, Babe follows Tug and meets Bob the father chimpanzee, Zootie the pregnant wife and Easy the son chimpanzee, as well as Thelonius, an orangutan butler for the landlady's elderly uncle, Fugly Floom, a clown who kidnaps Babe to use in his act. Babe initially refuses, but accepts when the chimps mention a reward he will receive after doing the act. When Esme returns, Fugly tricks her into thinking that Babe ran off into the city. Esme leaves to look for Babe, but is arrested after inadvertently causing mayhem with some hooligan bikers and police officers. Fugly performs his clown act at a hospital, but the act is thrown into chaos when Babe accidentally trips him and causes him to throw a flaming torch into the stage curtains, setting them on fire and forcing everyone out.
The next morning, Fugly goes to the hospital in a food coma escorted by the landlady. Babe is in his room, hungry and waiting for Esme to return. That night, the chimps try to steal food from a store and use Babe to distract two dogs, who chase Babe around the city. Babe falls into a river and swims away, but returns and saves one of the dogs from drowning. The dog becomes friends with Babe, and Babe invites him and the other homeless animals into the hotel. They share food and then sing, alerting the duck Ferdinand who was searching for Babe. Zootie gives birth to twins, and the animals celebrate.
Animal control officers are called to capture all the animals and seize them, except for Babe, Tug, Ferdinand and Flealick. Remembering what Maa told him before her death, Babe decides to rescue them. The next day, Esme is released after explaining her predicament. That night, Babe, Tug, Flealick, and Ferdinand sneak into animal control and open their friends' cages. Esme returns to the hotel and reunites with the landlady, who is mourning her uncle's death, and tells Esme that her neighbor, Hortense, was the one who got the animals taken away. Esme and the landlady confront Hortense to find out where the animals have been sent, then set off to find them.
Esme and the landlady track the animals to a charity dinner in the hospital's ballroom, and manage to get them back. Afterwards, the landlady sells the hotel and gives the money to Esme so she can save the farm. The landlady and the animals come to stay at the farm, where Arthur has recovered from his injury. Arthur proudly watches Babe, and says, "That'll do, pig. That'll do."
- Elizabeth Daily as Babe
- Danny Mann as Ferdinand and Tug
- Roscoe Lee Browne as the Narrator
- Glenne Headly as Zootie
- Steven Wright as Bob
- James Cosmo as Thelonius
- Stanley Ralph Ross as The Bull Terrier/The Doberman who was "BABE" with other people
- Russi Taylor as The Pink Poodle, and a Choir Cat
- Myles Jeffrey as Easy
- Adam Goldberg as Flealick the Jack Russell Terrier
- Eddie Barth as Nigel and Alan
- Bill Capizzi as Snoop
- Miriam Margolyes as Fly
- Hugo Weaving as Rex
- Jim Cummings as a Pelican
- Katie Leigh as a Kitten
- Charles Bartlett as a Cow
- Michael Edward-Stevens as a Horse
- Nathan Kress as Easy, and a Tough Pup
- Al Mancini as a Fish
- Larry Moss as a Fish